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Weekly Writing Challenge: Object

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Show us where an object leads you.

The Monk

monk

Don’t speak a word
Or make a sound
For here I am
On holy ground
See here I pray
On bended knee
Contemplation
For all to see
So think of me
As you walk through
The ruins you see
I’ve been here too
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  10. This poem is haunting! Love it. Suggests the layers of history that graveyards are custodians of. Builds pictures in the imagination from old graveyards and also historical buildings. Evocative!

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  13. You could definitely see your enthusiasm in the work you write.
    The arena hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid
    to mention how they believe. At all times go
    after your heart.

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